February 10, 2011

Papertrey Button Challenge

As part of PTI anniversary festivities, today’s challenge is to create a project using buttons in a creative way.
Here is my take on the challenge.

Here is a closeup of all the elements ๐Ÿ™‚

I had a ball making these this afternoon. Spread all over the dining table, TV on the background and a cup of coffee….. I love the completed frame. Love the colors and the gingham background. A great addition to my daughter’s bedroom. Thanks for the challenge ๐Ÿ™‚
Have a great evening ๐Ÿ™‚
Luv!

Comments

  1. Oh this is absolutely spectacular!!! Love all of the elements and the colors together are gorgeous!!!

  2. Love this!
    It reminds me of Spring…as I look out my window at snow!:)
    So bright and cheerful!

  3. SO beautiful and cheery- love this project!

  4. Gorgeous!!! What a great idea…I might have tomake me one for my creative room…so inspiring!

  5. OMG this is beautiful. Definitely must have taken all afternoon. Lots of hard work with lots of love.

  6. Very nice, I love it!

  7. wow..this turned out just awesome. Loved it.

  8. WOW Gayatri, this is absolutely GORGEOUS!!!!!

  9. Gorgeous & Adorable!!!! U do wonders deary….. Wishes & Hugs)))

    Ash….
    (http://hastkala-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

  10. Love it! What a fun project!

  11. wow! super cute! i love the hand-tied bows on each button. your daughter is so lucky!! good luck winning the big button prize.

  12. This is so cute. I love it and I bet your daughter does too.
    TFS
    Ang

  13. What a fabulous project, Gayatri. I love it when I can use lots of elements from different stamp sets and dies. You really rocked this challenge!!

  14. Couldnt pick a fav scalloped tag. Loved all 9 of them. As Karen said, there are elements from so many different stamp sets and all have been combined seamlessly. A stunning project, one that your family will cherish for a long time, I am sure.

  15. So beautiful! Your daughter is very lucky! I found your blog through the Papertry Ink forum and was just wondering – how do you buy your stamps from them? Isn't the postage riduculously expensive (I'm in Australia too)?

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